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Widow Accepts Honor for Slain Officer Michael Johnson Who Was Inducted Into Police Amateur Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame

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    Widow Accepts Honor for Slain Officer Michael Johnson Who Was Inducted Into Police Amateur Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame
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    Memorial for San Jose police officer Michael Johnson killed March 24, 2015 in the line of duty.

    Slain San Jose Police Officer Michael Johnson was inducted into the Police Amateur Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame Thursday night – and in his place, his widow accepted the award.

    Johnson was a star athlete, winning gold medals in both judo and shooting at the US police and fire championships.

    He was shot and killed by a suspect in March.

    "I miss my husband every day,"

    Slain SJPD Officer Michael Johnson Honored

    [BAY] Slain SJPD Officer Michael Johnson Honored
    The San Jose police officer laid to rest earlier this year after he was shot and killed while responding to an emergency will be inducted into the Police Amateur Athletic Foundation. Robert Handa reports.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015)

    Nikki Johnson said Wednesday in an exclusive interview with NBC Bay Area

    . "He was a very bright spot in a lot of people's lives, especially his whole family. We're taking it one day at a time."

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